fTokciko i Japanese Coed To Study Here u'-"" i From the land of color and blos isoms comes to the University of jOregon campus Takako Nakajima. Scharming Japanese coed from ,*Tsuda college, in Tokio. Miss Nak sajima, who was a member of the Japanese-American Student con ference which met in Reed college jlhis summer, and also visited Eu ;gene, will study physical education ;here, in preparation for her re iturn to Tsuda college where she iwill teach. • Miss Nakajima points out that ‘Japanese women are entirely neg llected in the field of physical edu l cation, and that in all of Japan I there are only two teachers who : are equipped to train Japanese wo men to teach in that field. Both j of these teachers are foreign. Miss : Nakajima, upon her return to Ja |pan at the end of this year, plans > to train Japanese teachers to make | them capable of teaching physical 8 education. Miss Nakajima speaks excellent • English, and is an expert basket jball and ping pong player, having I been champion in these sports in her high school. For the last-three weeks she has been the guest of Mrs. Alice B. f; Macduff, assistant dean of women, ;; but will reside in Susan Campbell hall during the school year. Her • study here was made possible by ; the grant of a scholarship by two I of the University’s best friends, [ and most outstanding personalities f —'who chose not names disclosed. to have their Bondurant-Hill Marriage Rites Read in Portland Marriage rites were read last Sunday in Portland for Miss Paul ine Bondurant, niece of Mrs. W. F. Osburn of Eugene, and Hedley ' Hill, son of Mrs. A. B. Hill of London, England. The ceremony ! was performed at the home of the I bride by Dr. William G. Eliot, of the Unitarian church, with only close friends and relatives of the couple in attendance, f Mrs. Hill, who is well known on the Oregon campus, is a graduate of the University and a member of Delta Gamma, Theta Sigma Phi, and was popular in campus activ ities. Mr. Hill is a prominent Port ' land banker. The couple plan to make their j home in Portland after a six weeks trip to the southwest. Pledge yourself to Oregon with an ASUO membership card. To Study Here Oregon women welcome to the campus a representative from Japan, Miss Takako Nakajima, who will specialize here in physical education. Miss Nakajima plans to return to Japan to teach after completion of her course at Ore gon. It’s the Wag There is really something very j superior about starting out a new year—and those of us who are planning to “dish-out” choice mer selfs in the way of women’s news are looking forward to a particu larly active and useful nine months. With all of the new women on the campus we see plenty of possibil ities, and sadly but happily, much interesting competition. We’re not going to attempt any noble experiments on the women s page this this year, but we are go ing to make an effort to offer the Oregon women the most profes sional handling of the different de partments of the page. Society will be presented before it reeks with age; fashion hints will be kept up-to-the-minute, and possibly be fore-the-minute; interesting topics of national and local interest in the field of women’s activities will be prepared in an edible fashion. And we will try to obtain as many illustrations as possible. We are not anticipating any all campus arguments to be hashed out on this page, but we do intend to make the page an integral part of the Emerald. We want you to read our copy, not our headlines, and realizing what qualifications are essential ta gain this end, we will endeavor to make use of the best talent among Oregon’s news paperwomen. Without giving you the impres sion that this is a pep-talk or a fine j assortment of ballyhoo, we want to Welcome - Welcome Old Students and New UNIVERSITY FLORISTS 598 E. 13th Phone 6510 Greenhouses and store three blocks rvefjt of campus. Some one to remember or congratulate— “Say It With Flowers.” Member Florists Telegraph Delivery Association | • Lamps | • Vases | • Table Covers • Nick Nacks • Maps Book Ends • Ash Trays • Shelves • Pictures • Wall Hangings • i,l(llllllllllllllliiltl!lltll!iiil!llll!!lllillli:itl||lllt!||ll!!||i!lil!ill|||!||||||||||||||||, IMPORTANT that you should find individual accessories for your room so that it will reflect your p^j*^nality. Oriental Art Shop 122 Broadway Miner Bldg. Annex Campus Couple Married Sunday In Portland Miss Roberta Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bennett of Lebanon and a student on the Uni versity of Oregon campus, was married last Sunday in Portland to Russell Humphreys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Humphreys of Eu gene. The ceremony was performed in the presence of members of the immediate families of the couple at Trinity Episcopal church, the Rev. Francis H. Ball, rector, of ficiating. Mrs. Humphreys was accompanied by her sister, Miss Mary Bennett of Eugene, and Woodson Bennett, Mrs. Hum phreys’ brother, was best man. The bride wore a dubonnet en semble of grey, and wore a cor sage of pale yellow rosebuds. Miss Bennett wore a grey tailored suit. Mrs. Humphreys is a member of Phi Beta on the local campus and is popular in musical and dramatic circles. She has appeared in sev eral presentation of the Very Little Theatre. Mrs. Humphreys is a senior in business administra tion and is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. impress women with the fact that the women's page is their only united voice on the campus, and that through it, as in no other way, they may achieve those changes, innovations, and satisfactions for which they are working. This year the women's page will appear at regular intervals, at least twice a week. ' Watch it for the latest society notes, snappy features, and news items. Enrollment at Oregon State Col lege is also far above normal this year with over 1000 freshmen cer tain to be attending. Pledge yourself to Oregon with an ASUO membership card. Facaltg Parties Find Their Place Daring Hashing To freshmen and incoming ! women who have had their first.! taste of the Oregon campus, high ly seasoned with the purely tern- ' porarv, but spicy, experiences of : rush-week, the vastly different J campus of next Monday will seem a blessed relief. For upper-class men and sophomores it will also spell readjustment after the hectic activity of the past four days. But a«de from the almost 700 social /evbnts which have taken place on the campus during the present week, all in the interests of rushing, other activities of a more sedate nature have been tak ing place. Miss ' Emma Kaufman of Tokio, Japan, and Miss M. Hockin of Toronto, Canada, who were guests of Mrs. Nelson F. Macduff, as sistant dean of women, Monday and Tuesday, were entertained at an informal dinner party at the Osburn hotel Monday evening by Mrs. C. L. Schwering, dean of women, and Mrs. Macduff. Present were, Mrs. Murray Warner, Miss Maud Kerns, Miss Mabel Woods, Miss Betty Anne Macduff, Miss Takako Nakajima, Miss Kaufman, Miss Hockin, and the hostesses. Miss Hockin and Miss Kaufman are returning to Japan this week. A library party for members of the library staff, the library com mittee of the faculty, their wives and a few invited guests was held at the Eugene hotel Wednesday evening. The theme of the party was to celebrate the starting of construction on the new Univer sity library. Dr. Frederick M. Hunter, chancellor of higher edu cation, and Dr. C. V. Boyer, presi dent of the University, gave wel coming addresses. Patronesses of Mu Phi Epsilon, Half Soles put on your slioos at KEITH’S SHOE REPAIR give your shoos FULL SOLE appearance. Located ou ’Willamette Street, near 11th. 'I “EUGENE’?- OWN STORE” McMorran & W ashburne MERCHANDISE OF MERIT ONLY -PHONE 2700 tho COLLEGE SHOP CLOTH E S \ A SHOP ALL OF HER OWN FOR THE COLLEGE GIRL # “It's time to think of Sport Clothes.” Our College Board, tutored to University trends, can help you select correct campus attire. THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON’S NEW EXCLUSIVE MEN’S COLLEGE SHOP women's national music honorary on the campus, entertained at tea Wednesday afternoon at the Os burn hotel. Mrs. Lillian Seaton, Mrs. Wilson H. Jewerr, and Mrs. Howard A. Hall were in charge of arrange ments. Mrs. W. F. Jewett, Mrs. A. C. Dixon, Mrs. L. H. Johnson, and Mrs. W. F. Gilstrap poured. A group of girls from the active chapter assisted. Oregon Graduates Reveal Wedding To Friends Here Of interest to many friends of the Couple on the Oregon campus is the announcement of the mar riage of Miss Juanita Miller, a daughter of Leslie P. Miller of Yoncalla and Thornton Gale, son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Gale of Bandon. Mr. and Mrs. Gale were married on July 3, taut did not re veal the fact until this week. Both Mr. and Mrs. Gale are graduates of the University of Oregon, where Mrs. Gale is a member of Phi Mu and Mr. Gale is a membtr of Pi Kappa Alpha. Mrs. Gale left last Wednesday for Sutherlin where she will teach this coming year. Housemothers Will Hold Meet On Wednesday Sorority housemothers on the campus met informally Wednes day afternoon in Johnson hall. It is this group of women whose lot it is to see that in the absence of real mothers Miss Oregon Coed gets her sleep, keeps her feet dry, eats the necessary amount of spinach, and keeps reasonably happy.generally speaking. The group this year includes— Alpha Chi Omega, Miss Grace, Waha; Alpha Delta Pi, Mrs. Lucy Perkins; Alpha Gamma Delta, Mrs. Elizabeth Ramsby; Alpha Omicron Pi, Mrs. Bertha Larson; Alpha Phi. Mrs; A. L. Wall; Alpha Xi Delta. Mrs. Edna Beckett; Chi Omega, Mrs. May Harmon; Delta Delta Delta, Mrs. Violet Chess man; Delta Gamma, Mrs. M. P. Barbour; Gamma Phi Beta, Mrs. Josephine Stewart: Kappa Alpha Theta, Miss Betty Robb: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mrs. Elizabeth Talbert; Phi Mu, Mrs. Bertha Erickson: Pi Beta Phi, Miss Fanny McCamant; Sigma Kappa, Mrs. Jennie Burrows; Zeta Tau Alpha, Mrs. Mary Wiggins; Hendricks hall, Miss Lucile McBride; Susan Campbell hall, Miss Virginia Sands. # * * The date of the wedding of Short Jacket I I SUITS for Sports and Dress Wear t ^ $6.85 to $24.50 Every suit designed for this fall's styles. Direct from Los Angeles to you. Plan now to have the latest fall wardrobe. Our lay away plan makes it easy. Scobert’s Style Shop formerly Angelina Dress Shop SMART W NIFTY SHOP Phone 533-W 62 E. Broadway ... Autumn Sale $59.00 IT HAS EVERYTHING This dressy coat j is of Forstmaii W fabric with a fine N fox fur forming a ' graceful collar. -PT— Catherine Irwin and In. Thomas Stoddard, University assistant graduate manager, has been .set for Oetober 13. in Eugene. The ceremony will be held at the Os burn hotel at ten-thirty o’clock and Rev. Milton S. Weber of the Central Presbyterian church will read the ser vice. A wedding break fast will be held following the ceremony. Pledge yourself to Oregon with r.n ASUO membership card. THE RIGHT SHOES for every Spring Costume ARE • • • ’ College folk have bought foot ' wear from Graham’s since 1906. In Graham's shoes there is that something that is individual. . . distinctly different . . . that in dividuality which appeals. BMl Brown suede “.Spectator”. Broad instep strap. Genuine alligator trim. $7.50 Smart ties in alligator cape seal skin suedes or buck leathers. Browns - blacks - grays greens. $4.00, $6.00 $6.75 Brown kid pump for dress, with a full Louis heel and interesting in step treatment. $6.00 Buy Footwear. This Saturday! ’ OREGON vs. GONZAGA FOOTBALL SPECIAL fj PORTLAND NO traffic struggles; no parking troubles. Let our engineer drive you to this night game, the season’s opener. SPECIALTRAIN leaves Eugene 8 a.m. Sat urday, arrives Portland at 11:30 a.m. Returning, leaves Portland at mid night, arrivesEugene 3:30 a m. Sunday, noth coaches and Tourist sleeping cars will be operated \ Southern Pacific # I'hone 2200 for details. A.J. GILLETTE, A^ent.